We Love Mitsubishi Family Expo opens on January 21

4:12 pm | Wednesday, January 20th, 2016

Expo logo

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corp. (MMPC) is starting the year with a great treat to its valued customers. From January 21-24, 2016, MMPC will be holding a family expo dubbed as the “We Love Mitsubishi Family Expo” at Halls B and C of the World Trade Center, Pasay City. This exclusive Mitsubishi motorshow is open to the public from 10AM to 8PM. Admission is free!

The whole family will surely enjoy MMPC’s biggest event of the year with the array of fun and exciting activities lined-up for this four day event. Car enthusiasts will absolutely feast over Mitsubishi vehicles that will be showcased during the expo. There will also be Fuso trucks and Rosa bus on display. Another great thing about this expo is that visitors can test drive the all new Montero Sport and other Mitsubishi bestselling models. Customers can feel and personally experience the great ride and top of the line features that Mitsubishi vehicles offer thru the test drive activity. Test drive is from 10am to 6pm. This is also the perfect venue for those who are planning to purchase brand new Mitsubishi vehicle because aside from the interesting vehicles on display MMPC will be offering exclusive discounts and freebies on top of the existing January promo. Huge savings await those who will avail a brand new Mitsubishi vehicle during the expo period. Customers who also wish to replace their old cars may take advantage of the Trade-in bonus which is exclusively offered during this expo.

A fun filled and truly enjoyable Mitsubishi Family Expo is what MMPC promises to all those who would visit the expo. Kids would love the activities in store for them like the Wacky Obstacle Run and art activities. Moms may shop there too as there will be a bazaar of premium brands like The North Face, Delsey Paris, and Victorinox and others.

To make this event truly one of a kind and memorable to all rally fanatics, MMPC invited back to back Dakar Rally champion Hiroshi Masuoka to demonstrate the power and superb features of all new Montero Sport thru a high-speed driving exhibition. See a spirited and exhilarating drive as Hiroshi Masuoka takes the all-new Montero Sport in an off-road course specially laid out to display SUV’s performance. Rally fanatics and car enthusiast will also have a chance to meet and greet Masuoka and even take some selfies with him or have him autograph a memorabilia. MMPC will also be hosting car club meet on January 23 and 24 from 3 to 6pm.

Don’t miss out this one of a kind expo for the whole family!

Activity Lineup

  • January 21-24, 10 AM – 8PM: Display of the all-new Montero Sport, Mitsubishi best selling vehicles and Fuso Trucks; Classic Cars Concourse.
  • January 21-24, 10 AM – 8PM: Selling Activity/ Trade-In/ Kiddie Activities/ Primer Group Bazaar
  • January 21-24, 10 AM – 6PM: Test Drive of the all-new Montero Sport, Strada, ASX, Mirage and Mirage G4
  • January 21-24, 10 AM – 5:45PM: Hiroshi Masuoka Driving Exhibition/ Photo opportunity
  • January 23-24, 3 PM – 6PM: Car Club Meets
  • January 22, 6PM – 7PM: Live performance by Big Bash
  • January 23, 6PM – 7PM: Live performance by Luke Mijares
  • January 22, 6PM – 7PM: Live performance by The Bloomfields

Related Stories:

Disclaimer: The comments uploaded on this site do not necessarily represent or reflect the views of management and owner of INQUIRER.net. We reserve the right to exclude comments that we deem to be inconsistent with our editorial standards.

Copyright 2012 INQUIRER.net. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. To subscribe to the Philippine Daily Inquirer newspaper in the Philippines, call +63 2 896-6000 for Metro Manila and Metro Cebu or email your subscription request here.

Factual errors? Contact the Philippine Daily Inquirer's day desk. Believe this article violates journalistic ethics? Contact the Inquirer's Reader's Advocate. Or write The Readers' Advocate: c/o Philippine Daily Inquirer Chino Roces Avenue corner Yague and Mascardo Streets, Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines Or fax nos. +63 2 8974793 to 94

PHOTOS & VIDEOS
Advertisement
POSCOUNTRYGOLDSILVERBRONZETOTAL
1United States462929104
2China38272388
3Great Britain29171965
4Russia24263282
5South Korea138728
6Germany11191444
7France11111234
8Italy891128
9Hungary84517
10Australia7161235

The Philippines is the first country to compete and win an Olympic medal among Southeast Asian countries.

1972 was the last year the Philippine men's basketball team, which then paraded William 'Bogs' Adornado, Danny Florencio and Yoyong Martirez among others in its line up, has qualified for the Olympics.

The Philippines participated in the Winter Olympics three times, in 1972 (Juan Cipriano and Ben Nanasca, alpine skiing), in 1988 (Raymund Ocampo, luge) and in 1992 (Michael Teruel, alpine skiing).

The largest delegation the Philippines has ever sent to the Games was 53 in the 1972 Munich Olympics.

The Philippines has not won a medal since Mansueto "Onyok" Velasco settled for silver in boxing via a controversial decision during the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.

The Philippines last reached the final round swimming 80 years ago when Jikirum Adjaluddin and Teofilo Yldefonso ended up in the final six in the 1932 Los Angeles Games.

The Philippines has only won medals in three events since joining the Olympics in 1924.

Mary Antoinette Rivero's tie for fifth place in Taekwondo is the closest any Filipino athlete came to a medal in the 2004 Athens Olympics.

Arianne Cerdena won a gold in bowling at the 1988 Seoul Olympics, but Cerdena's gold was not included in the medal tally since bowling was considered only as a demonstration sport.

With only eight athletes in six sporting events for the London Games, this will be PH's smallest delegation since 1996.

The Philippines holds the record for winning the most medals without a gold haul with seven bronze and two silvers for a total of nine.

Men's boxing has for medals in the Olympics with Anthony Villanueva, silver in the Featherweight Division of the 1964 Games in Tokyo; Leopoldo Serantes, third in 1988 Seoul; Roel Velasco, third in Barcelona; and his brother Mansueto "Onyok" Velasco, second in the 1996 Atlanta Games.

The Philippine basketball team wound up fifth place—best finish for an Asian country in the Olympics to date—in the 1936 Berlin Olympics, the first time basketball was played as an Olympic sport.

Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao, though not competing, carries the Philippine flag at the opening of the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

John Baylon, a nine-time Southeast Asian Games gold medalist, and Jerry Diño were the last Filipino Olympic qualifiers in the discipline Judo, having vied in the 1992 Barcelona Games.

Teofilo Yldefonso is the first Filipino to win a medal and the only one to take home multiple medals. He finished third both in the Men's 200 meter breastroke during the 1928 and 1932 Olympics.

The Philippines is the first nation in the tropics to ever participate in the Winter Olympic Games.

Harry Tañamor, the only Filipino predicted to win by the Sports Illustrated in its Olympic Preview edition, bows out in the first match up in the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

The men's Philippine Basketball team is the first country to ever score 100 or more points in the 1948 Olympics after clobbering Iraq,102-30.

The Philippines will shoot for its first gold medal in six of the following events in the 2012 London Olympics: Athletics, BMX, Boxing, Cycling, Shooting and Swimming.

Advertisement
Advertisement